A glimpse of England's Euro 2012 base in Krakow

Hutnik Municipality Stadium in Krakow, Poland
The locations have been revealed for England's base camp and training facilities for the Euro 2012 tournament in Poland and Ukraine. Take a look at what lies in store for the players...
Scoreboard at Hutnik Municipality Stadium in Krakow, Poland
England plan to hold training sessions and team drills at the Hutnik Municipality Stadium in Krakow - the large Polish city is home to several football teams including 13-time national champions, Wisla Krakow
The away dugout at Hutnik Municipality Stadium in Krakow, Poland
This is one of the dugouts at England's training base in Krakow - about 180 miles from Warsaw, where a 56,000-capacity National Stadium will be constructed in time to host the opening match of the tournament
Changing rooms in Krakow
Down the retractable tunnel at the Krakow base are the changing rooms where the England squad will fine-tune their strategy
A goal at Hutnik Municipality Stadium in Krakow, Poland
The Three Lions finished with a +12 goal difference in their Euro 2012 qualifying group, but with Wayne Rooney likely to be missing for three group games, others will have to step up in the goalscoring department
Hotel Stary, Krakow
Away from training and match-time, the players will be able to switch off from the rigours of the tournament at the Hotel Stary, also in Krakow, and enjoy some of the culture and entertainment that the city has to offer
Hotel Stary, Krakow
Wawel Castle and Wawel Cathedral are nearby, as well as several major theatres and the Krakow Philharmonic - alternatively, players can stay in and enjoy what is on Polish television and catch up with the Euro 2012 action
The Hotel England will be based in Krakow
The aptly-named Hotel Stary will be the base for Roy Hodgson's squad
Krakow city centre
Krakow is the second largest city in Poland, measuring 126 square miles, and is currently home to around 760,000 people
The Hotely Stary
The Hotel Stary also offers magnificent pool and spa facilities, rather more characterful than many of the modern venues
Krakow city centre
Should any member of the England squad demonstrate an appreciation for culture there are plenty of spectacular views on offer in the city, which dates back to the seventh century

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